The 2020 Nissan Titan gets a critical update that brings both cosmetic and mechanical upgrades. This week, the spruced-up truck is finally revealed at the State Fair of Texas.

Regarding exterior structure, the Titan gets new headlights with updated LED daytime running light designs, just as another front bumper, foglights, and wheel plans. Professional 4X models get a passed out grille while the SL and Platinum Reserve get a satin chrome one. To further separate the PRO-4X and Platinum Reserve trim, Nissan gave them a dark and satin back end, individually. Nissan likewise says that the new LED headlights and daytime running lights on higher trims of the 2020 Titan pickup are more brilliant than the previous.

Probably the greatest changes on the 2020 Nissan Titan happen under the hood. The full-size truck currently gets a refreshed 5.6-liter V-8 with 40 hp and 413 lb-ft of torque. Nissan has likewise changed the old seven-speed automatic transmission with another nine-speed unit that has a shorter gear ratio (3.692:1 versus the active gearbox's 2.937:1) for improved speeding up. Rear-and four-wheel-drive designs still available on the 2020 Titan. Professional 4X models include extra off-road ability with highlights like hill drop control, an electronic locking differential, and hill hold.

Significant cabin updates were made to the 2020 Nissan Titan. An 8.0-inch touchscreen presently comes standard on all Titan models, and you can move up to a bigger 9.0-inch unit on increasingly costly models. A 7.0-inch instrument group show is additionally accessible on the full-size truck, and it showcases key driving information and vehicle data. The most recent NissanConnect infotainment systems come standard with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, and it can get over-the-air software updates. An alternative 12-speaker, 485-watt Fender sound system returns as the overhaul stereo on mid and top-end 2020 Titan models. An enormous panoramic moonroof is additionally offered for the first time on higher trims.

When it's on the market scheduled one year from now, the freshen 2020 Nissan Titan pickup will be offered in five grades and two cab styles. In contrast to other Nissan vehicles, the 2020 Titan will have a five-year or 100,000-mile packed in guarantee rather than the typical three-year or 36,000-mile one. Nissan hasn't reported whether its full-size pickup will at long last include a less incredible V-6 motor choice or if the bigger Titan XD will return.